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    Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad DayToday's Times 17:45 15:45
    Dolphin Tale 2Today's Times 14:00 11:30
    Dracula UntoldToday's Times 19:30
    Northern SoulToday's Times 19:45
    Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad DaySaturday, 1st November
    Dolphin Tale 2Saturday, 1st November
    Dracula UntoldSaturday, 1st November
    Northern SoulSaturday, 1st November
  • Live Performances
    AlienSunday, 9th November
    Day the Earth Caught FireSaturday, 8th November
    Dr Who Monsters: The SontaranTuesday, 16th December
    MetropolisSaturday, 8th November
    SerenitySunday, 9th November
    The War of The WorldsSaturday, 8th November
  • Live Satellite Performances
    Bolshoi: La BayadereSunday, 7th December
    Bolshoi: NutcrackerSunday, 21st December
    Bolshoi: Romeo and JulietSunday, 8th March
    Bolshoi: Swan LakeSunday, 25th January
    Bolshoi: The Pharaoh s DaughterSunday, 23rd November
    English National Opera: CarmenWednesday, 1st July
    English National Opera: La TraviataWednesday, 11th March
    English national Opera: Pirates of PenzanceTuesday, 19th May
    Girl with a Pearl Earring and Other TreasuresTuesday, 13th January
    Hockney with Live Q and ATuesday, 25th November
    Liberty Players: A Chorus of DisapprovalTuesday, 11th November
    NT Live: Frankenstein EncoreThursday, 6th November
    NT Live: JOHNTuesday, 9th December
    New Years Gala Live from BerlinWednesday, 31st December
    ROH - Alice s Adventures in WonderlandTuesday, 16th December
    RSC Live: Loves Labours LostWednesday, 11th February
    RSC Live: Loves Labours WonWednesday, 4th March
    Rembrandt From the National GalleryTuesday, 2nd December
    Royal Ballet - Swan LakeTuesday, 17th March
    Royal Opera - Der Fliegende HollanderTuesday, 24th February
    Royal Opera - L elisir D amoreWednesday, 26th November
    The ImpressionistsTuesday, 2nd June
    The Old Vics The CrucibleThursday, 4th December
    The Vatican Museums 2DTuesday, 18th November
    The Vatican Museums 3DTuesday, 18th November
    Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way Of SeeingTuesday, 14th April

About The Scala Cinema And Arts Centre

The Scala Arts Centre development is the result of much commitment, hard work and tenacity and the generosity of a number of individuals and funding bodies. The ambition of the Scala Prestatyn Company is to make the centre a major cultural and entertainment destination for North Wales.

As Wales' first fully digital cinema the Scala represents a whole new experience for local cinema-goers. The two 150 seat screens feature state of the art high definition digital projection systems offering a quality and flexibility to the cinema which is unrivaled in any other Welsh cinema.
The quality of the projection system is matched by the auditorium itself with specially sourced comfortable seating designed to make the viewing experience even more special. Why not take a tour of the building

Digital projection systems are the latest thing, and allow new local cinemas like the Scala to have unprecedented flexibility and quality in programming movies to meet a range of local needs.  Forget hairs and fluff being projected unwittingly with a tired 35mm film print; digital is high quality, every time.  It is a lot simpler to operate too.  Movies are still shot on film, but are digitised to a very high resolution by the studios and issued to the cinema in encrypted discs.

A digital cinema like the Scala can screen a normal DVD, a YouTube clip, games, live TV feeds, pretty much anything that audiences are used to in the modern information age.

Fore details about the history of the cinema, the structure of its management and its supporters please browse oue website. If you would like any further information not contained on this site please contact us. If you have a media enquiry click here.

We are a Tourist Information Point
Tourist Information Point have a wealth of local information to help you plan the details of your trip and make your visit more enjoyable.
For more information please visit the Scala alternatively you can view more at:- www.visitwales.com

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Now Showing Today
Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (PG)
Dolphin Tale 2 (Kids Film £4)
Dracula Untold (15)
Northern Soul (15)
BFI Days of Fear and Wonder Sci-Fi Film Festival
Alien 09/11
Day the Earth Caught Fire 08/11
Dr Who Monsters: The Sontaran 16/12
Metropolis 08/11
Serenity 09/11
The War of The Worlds 08/11
Live And Special Performances
Bolshoi: La Bayadere 07/12
Bolshoi: Nutcracker 21/12
Bolshoi: Romeo and Juliet 08/03
Bolshoi: Swan Lake 25/01
Bolshoi: The Pharaoh s Daughter 23/11
English National Opera: Carmen 01/07
English National Opera: La Traviata 11/03
English national Opera: Pirates of Penzance 19/05
Girl with a Pearl Earring and Other Treasures 13/01
Hockney with Live Q and A 25/11
Liberty Players: A Chorus of Disapproval 11/11
NT Live: Frankenstein Encore 06/11
NT Live: JOHN 09/12
New Years Gala Live from Berlin 31/12
ROH - Alice s Adventures in Wonderland 16/12
RSC Live: Loves Labours Lost 11/02
RSC Live: Loves Labours Won 04/03
Rembrandt From the National Gallery 02/12
Royal Ballet - Swan Lake 17/03
Royal Opera - Der Fliegende Hollander 24/02
Royal Opera - L elisir D amore 26/11
The Impressionists 02/06
The Old Vics The Crucible 04/12
The Vatican Museums 2D 18/11
The Vatican Museums 3D 18/11
Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way Of Seeing 14/04
Coming Soon
Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Dolphin Tale 2
Dracula Untold
Northern Soul
SILVER SCREEN
Magic in The Moonlight. Silver Screen
SPECIAL SCREENINGS
NT Live: Frankenstein Encore
Silverscreen

£4.80 per ticket with free refresments. (3D + £1)
Special Seniors only performance.

Every Tuesday at 11am.

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Location And Venue Information

3 car parks within 5 mins walk, free after 18.00. For Retail Park Parking please see Parc Prestatyn terms. National Coach and Local Bus Station.
Mainline Train Station within 3mins walk of the Scala. We are a fully accessible located in the heart of Prestatyn north Wales 10 mins off the A55 Get Directions

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We have a wealth of local information to make your visit more enjoyable. For more information please visit the Scala.
Alternatively you can view more at- www.visitwales.com at:- www.visitwales.com

Opening Times
Mon-Sat 10am - 10pm*
Sun 12.45pm - 10pm*

*Film Times may alter opening times - Please check with the venue as times are subject to change.

Scala Cinema and Arts Centre
47 High Street Prestatyn Denbighshire, LL19 9AH
Booking Telephone No: 01745 850197 Email:
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